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Opinion: ‘The neighbours were always very welcoming and warm’: little things count to help refugees belong

Successful settlement and integration are shared goals of refugees and the communities where they settle.

Speaking out against racism in schools: new report

Experts are calling for a new evidence-based program to address racism in schools to be expanded across the country, after a successful pilot was run in Victoria and New South Wales.

Arunan and George - Assistants in Medicine

Medical education the champion in the fight against COVID-19

The threat of COVID-19 prompted medical schools and hospitals to introduce a new model of transitioning medical students into the hospital system. Now that the curve has flattened, the broader benefits are being recognised.

New program to foster emerging literary talent in Sydney’s West

Western Sydney University’s Writing and Society Research Centre has launched The Writing Zone — a new initiative to support emerging Western Sydney writers and artists under 30 years old.

David Simmons award acceptance

International recognition for renowned diabetes and pregnancy researcher

Distinguished Professor David Simmons has been recognised by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for outstanding contributions to the field of diabetes and pregnancy.

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New international research partnership to assess the state of media literacy in Australia and the USA

As rapid changes in technology and global communication highlight the critical role of media literacy within society, the University and The National Association for Media Literacy Education (USA) are partnering to assess the current state of media literacy education.

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